Auberge de la Quatr'Heurie
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Woke up to a beautiful day, sun shining over Lake Geneva, absolutely amazing. We'd organised a late check out so we could spend a bit of extra time in Montreux so after breakfast we took a relaxing stroll before we headed off on our travels once again. A somewhat bizarre art collection dotted all along the promenade made for some interesting photos (see pics). We walked up past Freddy Mercury's statue and ...
... we walked 3-4K (the tourist info lassie said the walk was 1K) to the caves to look at stalagmites & stalactites. There was a stark contrast in temperature. Outside was 38 degrees whilst in the caves it was 13. Apparently the temperature in the caves remains constant through summer & winter. Course, then we had to walk, bus, tram and walk again back to the boat. Since Besancon was our final destination we then ...
... barge, we met the fiancÚ of one of the passengers of the Fleur de Lys. A beautiful young lady that spoke multiple languages including French. Turns out her birthday was going to be the following day, which just happens to be Mary’s birthday. An indistinguishable age difference but we had to get their photo together.
Evening dinner was once ...
It wouldn't be a trip to Burgundy without some serious wine sampling. To do this we decided to take a bus tour. Mr S and I are starting to quite like these small bus tours, as you know this is our third for this trip. We were met by Stephen - an Englishman who had moved to France many years ago and now lives in Dijon. On the bus was us, my sister and an American couple. Frank and his wife (can't remember her name) were lovely and ...
This is an account of a 7 day guided cycling tour in early August through Burgundy, with accommodation on a converted barge that moved along the waterways to a new mooring each night. It starts in Dijon and travels down the Burgundy Canal and down the Sa˘ne River to the town of Tournus, where one tour party leaves and another one joins for the return tour to Dijon. We booked the tour through U-Tracks (http://www.utracks.com/utnz/index.php) , although it is actually run by ...